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Maryland football to play Nebraska at noon on ESPNews

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

NCAA Football: Minnesota at Nebraska Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

After suffering two straight blowouts on ESPN, Maryland football’s been relegated to a much smaller audience for this Saturday’s game against Nebraska.

The Terps will play the Cornhuskers at noon on ESPNews.

Nebraska’s coming off a 24-17 win over Minnesota, while Maryland is limping away from a 62-3 loss to Ohio State. The Terps still need one more win to become bowl-eligible, but that’ll be hard to come by. Still, fans can take solace in the fact that both teams lost to Ohio State 62-3.

In other news

Maryland men’s soccer won the Big Ten Championship, assuring the Terps No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.

Maryland women’s basketball beat UMass Lowell by 56.

Maryland football lost to Ohio State by all of the points.

Maryland field hockey’s season came to a halt with a loss to North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament.

A list of things Maryland did wrong includes pretty much all of the things.

Freshmen Lorenzo Harrison, D.J. Turner and Antoine Brooks were suspended indefinitely for a violation of the student code of conduct.

Maryland basketball didn’t look great against American. Chill out about it, though.

Perry Hills got hurt again against Ohio State, and Maryland’s quarterback situation is again thrust into uncertainty.

Maryland volleyball beat Rutgers!

A look at the state of the Big Ten East, by our friend Alex Kirshner. Penn State could still become the division’s champion.

Maryland’s down to No. 81 in Bill Connelly’s S&P+ rankings, while Ohio State is up to No. 3.

SB Nation’s Jason Kirk still projects the Terps to land in the Pinstripe Bowl, but now thinks they’ll be playing Georgia Tech.